A funny thing happened on the way to regulating the US$13.4trillion Treasury market: Humans turned out to be harder tounderstand and regulate than computers.

Algorithmic strategies are generally pretty straightforward.They exploit their speed advantage to profit from small pricediscrepancies during the trading day.

Human dealers, on the other hand, profit from knowing exclusiveinformation. They trade over the phone, out of sight of bothcompetitors and regulators.

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